SMBs Plan to Increase Digital Marketing Budgets (Report)

While small and midsized businesses don't have huge budgets, they are planning to invest more into digital channels, including social and mobile.

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There are no universal solutions for marketing. Each business, regardless of its scale, needs to find a solution that best fits its needs and strategy. However, keeping watch on other enterprises and trends can give help lead you in the right direction. A study from all-in-one online marketing platform GetResponse examines the direction that small and midsized businesses plan to take this year.

The GetResponse study of 200 U.S.-based SMB decision-makers was conducted at the end of 2016 and provides insight into both the trends that lead the marketing industry as a whole and the specifics for SMBs.

Overall, 70 percent of the study participants said their digital and web-based marketing budgets will increase this year, and of that group, 30 percent are increasing their budgets “considerably.”



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